Coal Mine Signal Cable work below underground coal mine with 250V AC

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 Product Introduction:
This product is suitable to work below underground coal mine with 250V AC rated voltage & 30KHz transmission frequency.

Operating characteristics:
•Long-term service temperature of the cable conductor should not exceed 70℃.
•Cable laying temperature should not be less than 0℃ and the min. bending radius is 10 times of cable outer diameter.

 

Specification:

 

Type

Description

Application

 

PUYVP

Mine PE insulated combustion retardant PVC sheathed signal cable

In underground electric field with relatively large disturbance

 

PUYVR

Mine PE insulated combustion retardant PVC sheathed soft signal cable

As underground common signal or end instrument information transmitting line

 

PUYVRP

Mine PE insulated copper wire screened combustion retardant PVC sheathed soft signal cable

In underground electric field with relatively large disturbance

  Cable Specifications:
 


Type

Nominal cross section
mm²

 Fabric of cores
No./Diameter
mm

No.of cores

PUYVP

1.5

1/1.38

4

PUYVR

0.51.5

7/0.307/0.52

4

PUYVRP

0.75

7/0.37

23

Technical Conditions:
1Structure size and chief technical parameters of this product:

Type

No.of core*Nominal cross section
mm²

Insulation thickness
mm

Sheathed thickness
mm

Diameter
mm

Weight
kg/km

PUYVP

4*1.5

0.7

1.6

14.0

265

PUYVR

4*0.5

0.6

1.0

7.5

105

4*1.5

0.7

1.0

10.5

135

PUYVRP

2*0.75

0.6

1.0

10.5

278

3*0.75

0.6

1.0

11.0

307

 

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